We are pleased to announce the publication of a collection of essays on landscape archaeology and artefact studies in East Anglia, presented to the CBA East chair, Andrew Rogerson.
“Andrew Rogerson is one of the most important and influential archaeologists currently working in East Anglia. The various essays in this volume, presented to him by friends and colleagues from both the university sector and public archaeology, closely reflect his diverse interests and his activities in the region over many decades. They include studies of ‘small finds’ from many periods; of landscapes, both urban and rural; and of many aspects of medieval archaeology and history. This important collection will be essential reading for all those interested in the history and archaeology of Norfolk and Suffolk, in the interpretation of artefacts within their landscape contexts, and in the material culture of the Middle Ages.”
The publication is available in print and digital format from Archaeopress here.
The Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History are pleased to announce the First Annual Wheeler Conference, entitled The Suffolk Church in the Middle Ages, to be held on 6th September 2014 in Bury St Edmunds.
Full details and a booking form are available here.
The East of England research framework was developed in the 1990s, published in 2000 and revised in 2011. It was never intended to be a fixed point but rather a dynamic process through which the region’s archaeology can be influenced.
As new discoveries are made and new research priorities established, the framework will be kept live and updated by the historic environment community of the East of England.
Details of key new projects can be found online.
The publication Research and Archaeology Revisited: a revised framework for the East of England edited by Maria Medlycott East Anglian Archaeology Occasional Paper 24 is available in print from Oxbow Books, or free download from eaareports.org.uk as pdf.
Posted on behalf of the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO East of England) and the editorial board of East Anglian Archaeology.
Defining Kingdoms: sixth to tenth centuries
The Sutton Hoo Society one day conference is to be held at University Campus, Suffolk, Ipswich on 20th September 2014.
Speakers include Neil Price, Sarah Semple, Sam Newton, Noel Adams, Stuart Brookes.
Further information and booking details will be available in 2014 on the Sutton Hoo Society website.